'Call Me by Your Name' Set for Red Vinyl Release on Valentine's Day: Exclusive

Call Me By Your name
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Armie Hammer as Oliver and Timothée Chalamet as Elio in Call Me By Your Name. 

Fans of the film Call Me by Your Name will be seeing red on Feb. 14, 2020, as the soundtrack to the film will be released on red transparent vinyl on Valentine’s Day.

The new color variant follows the previously released vinyl editions of the album on black, blue, yellow and peach-colored vinyl.

The film Call Me by Your Name was based on the book of the same name by André Aciman. The new red vinyl edition is being issued to celebrate the release of Aciman’s new book, Find Me, the sequel to Call Me by Your Name.

The upcoming edition of the soundtrack will be pressed on 180 gram red transparent vinyl, and will be limited to 10,000 copies worldwide. Unlike previous editions of the vinyl album, the new red transparent set will include a customized PVC sleeve with “Somewhere In Northern Italy” engraved on the back, and will be packaged in a heavyweight cardboard gatefold with spot-varnish and a special linen-look finish.

The new red edition will, like the previous versions of the vinyl album, also come with two printed innersleeves, an insert and poster.

All vinyl editions of Call Me by Your Name have been issued by the vinyl-only specialty label Music On Vinyl. The company also released a special three-track 10-inch translucent vinyl of the three songs that Sufjan Stevens contributed to the film.

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